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Why Respite Care?

If you feel burned out, overwhelmed, and exhausted in taking care of an elderly loved one, you deserve a break. Being human has its limitations, and we all need some form of break in order to emotionally, physically and mentally regroup so that we can have the energy to take care of others besides ourselves.

Perhaps you are the one who may need respite care after being discharged from a hospital. There is no need to fear being a burden to others, because at A-1 In-Home Care, we provide 24 hour relief for you or your loved one so that household responsibilities can be divided between the primary family caregiver and our professional, caring nurse aides, live-in caregivers, home health aides, home helpers, house sitters and home care providers who are screened, certified and verified before they are allowed to come into your home.

Having been in business since 1991, we have been delivering guaranteed exceptional service to seniors for over 20 years. Our respite services include meal preparations, transportation to local or distant destinations, personal grooming, and supervision of medication, just to name a few. Senior companions not only help with household chores, but they provide great company for your loved one who may enjoy leisure reading or story-telling. Whether your elderly loved one is suffering from Arthritis, Diabetes, Parkinson’s Disease, Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Stroke, or cancer, we have experienced live in caregivers and home helpers who are ready to help!

A-1 Home Care serves residents in the areas of Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Brentwood, Culver City, Beverly Hills, Glendale, Sherman Oaks and surrounding cities.

Let us take the burden off your shoulders!

To arrange for a free in home assessment, Please call (310) 657-8780!

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